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Junkers J.1 Junkers J.1

1917

The Junkers J.1, which flew for the first time early in 1917 and became operational ...

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The Junkers F13 was a post-World War I design, purpose-built for commercial purposes, and also ...

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Junkers F 13

1919

Junkers F 13

Junkers G23, G24 Junkers G23, G24

1924

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The first prototype flew in September 1926. 13 built.

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Junkers G 31

1926

Junkers G 31

Junkers W33, W34 Junkers W33, W34

1926

These light transports were derived from the earlier F13. Indeed the prototype was a ...

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The first plane flew on November 6, 1929. 8 aircraft were built, including 6 built ...

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Junkers G 38

1929

Junkers G 38

Junkers Ju 52/1m Junkers Ju 52/1m

1930

Not to be mistaken for the three-engined Ju 52/3m (although it can be considered ...

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First flew in 1931. In 1933 Ju-49 reached an altitude of 9300m and in 1935 ...

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Junkers Ju-49

1931

Junkers Ju-49

Junkers Ju-52/3m Junkers Ju-52/3m

1932

Built in larger numbers than any other European transport aircraft before or since, this extremely ...

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The Junkers Ju 60, which first flew in 1932, was a single-engined, low-wing monoplane in ...

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Junkers Ju 60

1932

Junkers Ju 60

Junkers Ju-86 Junkers Ju-86

1934

The Junkers Ju 86, developed as a 10-passenger airliner and four-seat bomber, was designed around ...

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The reputation of the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka (Sturzkampfflugzeug, or dive-bomber) was made during the Polish ...

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Junkers Ju-87

1935

Junkers Ju-87

Junkers Ju 160 Junkers Ju 160

1935

The Junkers Ju 60, which first flew in 1932, was a single-engined, low-wing monoplane ...

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Certainly the most versatile German warplane of World War II, the Junkers Ju 88 in ...

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Junkers Ju-88

1936

Junkers Ju-88

Junkers Ju 89 Junkers Ju 89

1936

Four-engined heavy bomber, a competitor of the Do 19. It was ...

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Forty-passenger commercial airliner powered by four 618kW BMW 132H engines. Eleven delivered to Luft-Hansa during ...

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Junkers Ju 90

1937

Junkers Ju 90

Junkers Ju 288 Junkers Ju 288

1941

In spite of its numerical similarity, the Ju 288 was not a development of the ...

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This was a big flying-wing transport glider, built in competition ...

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Junkers Ju 322

1941

Junkers Ju 322

Junkers Ju 290 Junkers Ju 290

1942

The Ju 290 was originally designed as a development of the Ju 90 transport and ...

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The Ju 188 was a development of the Ju 88. It had a redesigned nose, ...

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Junkers Ju 188

1942

Junkers Ju 188

Junkers Ju 252 Junkers Ju 252

1942

The Ju 252 was a transport aircraft powered by three 1,051kW Junkers Jumo 211 engines. ...

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Six-engined long-range development of the Ju 290. A wing section ...

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Junkers Ju 390

1943

Junkers Ju 390

Junkers Ju 352 Junkers Ju 352

1944

The Ju 352 development was based on wood in order not to use strategic materials. ...

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The Ju 287 was an unconventional jet bomber prototype with forward ...

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Junkers Ju 287

1944

Junkers Ju 287

Junkers Ju 388 Junkers Ju 388

1944

The only version of this Ju 188 development to enter production before the end of ...

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Some sources claim that this was a development of the Ju 388, ...

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Junkers Ju 488

1945

Junkers Ju 488



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